Beginning at the end of February, Snap Inc will mandate that workers spend 80% of their time working from the company’s offices.
“After working remotely for so long, we’re excited to get everyone back together next year with our new 80/20 hybrid model.” Spokesperson, Snap
The news was initially reported by Bloomberg News, which stated that the owner of the photo messaging service Snapchat has requested staff to work four days a week starting in February.
In an effort to reduce expenses in light of the weakening economy, Santa Monica, California-based Snap said in August that it will dismiss 20% of its employees and halt initiatives.
When COVID-19 struck the United States in 2020, the IT sector was among the first to let employees to work from home. However, IT businesses’ acceptance of full-time remote work is now varying.
Uber, a ride-hailing company, requested that its staff members work from home twice a week last month. Elon Musk informed Twitter staff earlier this month that remote work would no longer be permitted and that they would be expected to spend at least 40 hours a week in the office.
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